Arduino Nano (with ATmega328) – buy online in India
The Arduino Nano is available in the Indian and worldwide markets for sale as a miniaturized alternative for Arduino UNO. Arduino Nano is a small-sized board based on ATmega328. It works with a Mini-B USB cable. This product comes without a USB cable, you can buy it here.
Buy the Arduino Nano (without USB & Unsoldered Pins) in India. Order multiple products and save per-item shipping cost within India. Local Pickup is also available in Delhi-NCR.
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Arduino Nano (without USB cable) is an open-source hardware development board (microcontroller board) available to buy online in India at Circuit uncle. You can buy the USB cable, at the link: USB cable for Arduino NANO. The cable used with it is USB B.
- Operating Voltage: 5V
- 8 analog inputs ports: A0 ~ A7
- 14 Digital input / output ports: TX, RX, D2 ~ D13
- 1 pair of TTL level serial transceiver ports RX / TX
- MCU Chip: Atmel Atmega328.
- The bootloader is pre-installed.
- Standard 0.1 inches spacing DIP (Dual-in-line package) (makes it breadboard friendly).
- The reset switch is available.
- Length 1.70″ Width 0.73″
Arduino Nano, as the name itself suggest is a miniaturized version of Arduino UNO. Released very lately in India, it is not so popular among common mass & academia (e.g., students and course instructors), but find its use in Industry, where compact form-factor of a product matters a lot. When you don’t require a large number of input/output (I/O) pins then you have to choose Arduino. All the codes written for Arduino UNO & Arduino MEGA 2560 can run in Arduino Nano with a little or no change if the required number of I/O pins are the same. But if there is a requirement of a larger number of logic control pins, then you can always use multiplexing/Charlieplexing techniques. Arduino Nano generally comes with the pins unsoldered, which provide a developer more flexibility in terms of his form factor design, the same kind of Arduino Nano is available for sale online in India at Circuit Uncle. It uses a USB B cable which is different from the standard USB cable which is used with Arduino MEGA & UNO. Atmega328 is SMD soldered to the board so it cannot be detached.
Other Useful Links
- ATmega328 (datasheet)
- Arduino Nano 3.2 (ATmega328) schematic
- Arduino Nano 3.2 (ATmega328) Eagle files
Latest COVID-19 Project Idea: Arduino NANO and Ultrasonic Sensors SR-04 are used to build the automatic Hand Sanitizers by many innovators, see the video below.
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